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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 November 1903

fj /./<> '''ái'/i,/■'"■■•i ' W* 4 Í >ii'' Do It flBH s£" •> ? m it " ■ . M M.|r: ¡-v.> isfll: fwmZ;.i mssmm1 r-rW iflÉSSt* - — o PPPPH '" I S^fcíS&íg! I'mm H¡:Vj . •.•.'■ -tf sñKÍM*'}, 1 lp% #$PI •O fit « UT there are very few people who can buy them because it requires cash down or the government keeps the bonds. Orange City Lots are Better because I will sell you choice residence lots with a small payment down, the balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible for you to invest your money in something just4| safe as government bonds and better, because you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds have only varied a tew cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value r 1 t pwo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. Is there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy property on the terms I offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter over. '$£•...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 14 November 1903

AM MK| ■KiS fy*''<1 < for To-day, &wsiiMÍ «¡atetó *l;:Vlf ÍL Sterling Quality of WFT' 'f ~ T* $Pa{ Is®®,'l5,■ i™-*' M LADIES' STYLISH SKIRTS Pine all wool Mel- ton cloth, 7 gores, each gore has & rows stitching around bottom of hips, trimmed with fancy points, colors oxford, blue and brown. They sell the world over for $5.50, our price ....—$8.05 Melt o n cloth, st i c h e d bottom, trimmed with straps and buttons at top of skirt, go- ingat 8.20 Black Cheviot, trimmed with satin in pretty designs, while they last at $1J.0Q, $2.75, $1.20, down to >.95c Ladles' Wool Fascinators From 89c, 84c, 2ri, down to 10c Best Table Oil Cloth Going per yard at .....10c si ; collar, ,«,* 7i54 IjnttAC* f*finia MSUICS tUHU Kersey cloth, castor collar, ■Stln lined; must be seen to be admired; r lar $12.50; going fit , Kersey cloth box Cloat, double-breasted, pearl buttons, Inlaid velvet collar; romaine lining; a OS goingat — ^eOIJ circular rougboupaai? 1 , $2.45 down to *• Ladies' Clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 November 1903

• • * ■ • # . m&ífm- í fe, i mt V*!:.^iiJ'i ft: ^fUPV^*.' 5fH, (rMM* *vV ■J :>v/. v^V' •. WPiQPR w4f?¡I irshtifí 16. 3S B-i ' P^ KkH NUMBER 199 '>"1 «■ '■ '• ¡y •%<[,', mm ■MM** ffí :'¿r/£jr y}.Wm /. jp* * *t"®v ATT Wm pllii IP §¡ *8 ■'luifiW" ;ek ■ 'f f. '-'i f*K' f 3,.%f qiÉfc'. w%A^ /* * M| ■ •->"- 'i S I t' • ¡••''¿if.#: Ml^SBS . ■ - i' I1' ' ispéese HHd all this week %#. • J|F tt V# >#. I "* c to all our friends c is the most perfect et, we have arranged for a cooking exhibit lasting one week. During this exhibit we will have a Majestic range, in operation and show our friends that it will bake better and quicker, heat more water and heat M quicker, with tea* HK"'' ^ ^ &. : jgg ...* ««¿¡tarr ,.., fuel than any other range made. $MiM& f We doo't ask you to believe ail our but do ask you to call at ¡y time during the exhibit 11 convince you that the ««actfjf áiH represented, us icrtr' ^Jotc the wc Majestic >% 1 ¿ft ■J K . Bi =?= Free During Week of E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 November 1903

ir ¿affia®HKri ■ 1 Matter 'Sf "s aar' s i on AppUcaUon. i. Sonaare Bsreptrd texa8, NOV. 1«, 1903. KNTt VIEWS ON PANAMA. Roosevelt bad already written is to the rejection of the treaty, when the new con upon the Isthmus Induced him •side what be had written, conform bis message which goes to the regular aeeekw of CongresH In to the altered relations of several governments. His views as originally intended are given out for publication, and it must be ad- mitted that he makes out a strong case against Colombia. He insists that, under our treaty of 1846 to keep open the transit route it night be fairly construed that this government was authorized to devlBe and keep open any rout*. He says: kind of transit "High authorities on International law hold that the canal can be„ dug as a Incident to exercising the power to prevent the obstruction of traffic aaroas the isthmus. Nevertheless, in accordance with our settled policy of behaving with scrupulous fairness and generosity towards our w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 November 1903

AUNDRY ALL PRAL WAGON WILL I FOR YOUB TRIAL PACKAGE. WK CLEAN ff LACE CURTAINS THE ORANGE * HAN®?!* LAUNDRY. * muoi ATTORNEYS TkXA a SIMMONS 18 ..OCNTI3T.. irxr^^ik(- Mewrhaarr, ííSiSí^é,'. |?í [ " ummnminuMicL -.w'3iv..:!\-'TrJ;".. J . ./ .'..V Ratimstes fivsn. Job work ly attended to. All work S. H. BATCHELOR. " MMÍ Eh aa4 Mel * \B.CLRRY & SON, TM4J, GOOD EATING W.t *•#«.**. ■ III I *1 II I la? Cured two to rive day . *¿¿ Ut5Sm IMWIP R|||;yit* |RB^Pif Will H. Bruce, >:; IL ITMC MVSICIANL iH W. J. WINGATB. I mill llf fmittl plunged thousands of soldiers Army Into Inexpressible grief. No special decorations ware made for the occasion and. owing to the manr Other religious services being held throughout the city at the lame hour, no extra targe attendance wai noticeable, but the devoted bftnd of worshippers conducted their services In an Impressive manner, which spoke volumes for Jtoe esteem and' ¡referenda In which the late Consul was held by her followers. The sseotlnjt open...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 16 November 1903

T/L,fTT fr *MfV **i ^SpKS mi®Ffl ftMMi ¡íia . «er«"*" * -->•HWfi LADIES* STYLISH SKIRTS ■s'. ■ v' ■''V',.'' " ' ''"1" " Ii L . fflü Fine all wool Mel- ton cloth, 7 gore , each gore has 5 rows s 11 tcbing around bottom of hips, trimmed with fancy points,colors oxford, bine and brown. They sell the world over for $5.50, our price ....... .$8.95 Mel ton cloth, stiched bottom, trimmed with straps and buttons at top of skirt, go- ingat 8.20 Black Cheviot, trimmed with satin in pretty designs, while they last at $8.00, $2.75, $1.20, down to.. 95c Ladles' Wool Fascinators From 89c, 84c, 28, down to 10c ! —- Beat Table Oil Cloth Going per yard at ....10c mmm " 1." ; lar $12.50; going at .... Kersey cloth box Coat, buttons, inlaid velvet col* *., going at Zibilene cloth, half tight cape; cuffs on sleeves; H: well made; going at $8.20, $2.80, Ladieafl Melton cloth, satin fold, 08c down to : ■rfsü; fiSsJ I •: . . . . • ^ . . .. .. . . . . ' " ' svv*v{- 'v v. — Misses' Short Coats Beaver clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 November 1903

wwm vfwF!;;; THi ASSOCIATBD Mill. .uaJU ===== NOVEMBER 17, 1903 i; «hTt.'-" mm ■ iK? ¡:M ÜP yivt. km at r advertíalas for awhtto iv who thinks of discontinuing "W« km boon advertíalas so •ad special- knows, and wo Intent to adrar- te oar Use (ban II WtU Iko pagine atop Iko bImIi * abovellag la goal. The point la to te loot la pa war aa law boo* «arad in foal or feed. fiare* átMPfpyi. Afti Tkm raPP^wTFw WW iwirW ka 9—Mmt. fa Nn«M. It la, BMMorer. aioch «no difficult and mack mofa axpaaatra to regain a loot ouatomer than m lOKKI fO fAIL. kada of of the HI w$M'j m at Boll on board Mow York. Not. 17—Tho agoata bore of the Clyde Itae ateamor Chero- kee, wktoh had trouble with the Dom- ain toan government autkoritloa on her iaat trip to that Island, declare that the Cherokee will aail Wednes- day on her regular schedule and will pursue her regular itinerary, stop- ping at «amana bar, Monté Cristo, Puerto Plata and liaeorls, I Del Oalran, coaaul general from San Domingo to Now Tork. said t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 November 1903

vsKxcepteil. HrJfA L TEXAS, NOV. 17. 1«08. APPLICABLE TO TEXA8. Columbus, a mining and agricultural In the southeastern corner of has hit upon a scheme for the Improvement of the roads in that Immediate locality that can well be tried In Texaa and other states. The Topeka Journal has the following re- garding the plan, which seems thor- oughly practicable: "A plan is being perfected to close all business houses on Wednesday of next week and take every able-bodied man out on the north road to do a day's work, big or little, according to his ability. "There is an earnest desire to get something done before the fall rains make the roads Impassable. It is thought If the business bouses close up one day and all the men go out with teams and shovelB, that the teamsters and miners and fanners will Join in the movement and make a big day's work that will fix up a lot of bad places. "The teamsters held a meeting last night and agreed to furnish about thirty teams. Business men and farm- ers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 November 1903

#§ doubt that to uartlcl- r«rw pupil and ^BF ^V'í ^ ' " ■IT-'"..- .':&•> '■•■'■' MM __MBBg H IPPHP i. r-MTTQmnUVW ; M, It, at the shipyard of A Son, «u successfully launched yesterday afternoon. The Viva, the property of B. L. Myrlck, of will be fut lato service Lake and Beaumont, la the removal of ahells. I * * " ' ron strictly ur to date ano i gents furnish- ings, UK o. mossiker — thi •est storeof it! kino in thi CITY. aT-47 mmk Bpsi', SIMMONS OfNTIST.. Lj a_ — M.Or !*, Tt.tm. tADE fivn. Job ' to^jui- If mmUm i" wmm i nve days. iXH lta« that will make glad the la, will ktadly clothing or of Mr. Geo. W. care of what- la com- sulta dyad for 18.00. 4-tf BORN®, Phone 34. In until the box Iff ted what at the year will be. Tbls 100 teat wide and lia long, will illustrate ideal of what a elty should be, It will be a gigantic object leaaoo In model-h city making, participated n by the leading twenty-,1ve Ameri- can municipalities under the nasplees of the greatest universal etposlt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 17 November 1903

< i, '■]' $81 i:,\ $ 'mm m ill'' hwm m i m1 üi¿ 3 : M® iM ft MYU it M «wl: UT there are very few people who or the government keeps the bond*. Ipllf'■ Ü IBfc« it requires cs ¿BIB pip!® írl$wj l§W* " flip A H w« \fofc '.*:.''.i because I will sell you choice residence lots with a small pa balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it possible your money in something just as safe at government bonds and better, because you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government bonds have only varied a lew cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have doubled in value mwM 1 \ <>■■*tttO' in the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in the next two years. « MM.. M«U«> />MM 'f in fl%A in/^OAABA Mrkmn tr/VÉi /«AM W«««V Is there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy property on the terms 1 offer ? Obme and sec me and talk the matter over. M\p- ¿ .-í Bifll ¿asflir--® ";".p«' ' Jffflvqi. St., CHAS. M. REIN. ■ iis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 November 1903

IffMÉgg 5íyí'?«raP:g ■ wmffP ■•"■ ' A k ate mNBBKfo mam í ¡mmf. Ir; rr - i,v."■ ... ■. -==- 2£±2St^ -Strrr ■ ■. ' ' / -*v ■ |jpr'"f ';íV'8® , Efe NUMBER 201 m. IATCO PRC 88 i1' — OON, NOVEMBER 18, 1903 ORANGE, I1"" 1 "•"' /fWjj If . •r1" . ft'i W ' ¿f'v. -.v^y: ALL THIS WEEK SK íffl I Y i' Í-' . ' \ , K - — Ttm'Wm ropf?. N order to prove to all bur friends that the Majestic is the most perfect range on the market, we have arranged lor a cooking exhibit lasting one week. During this exhibit we will have a Majestic range in operation and show our friends that it will bake better and quicker, heat more water and heat it quicker with less fuel than any other range made. We don't ask you to believe all our statements, but do ask you to call at our store any time during the exhibit and we will convince you that the Majestic is exactly as represented. Don't fail to give us a call. Note the u3t€# •/ é , * ^ * I ALtC pttlCR Free During Week of Exhibit We will give one set of Majestic Ware Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 November 1903

vv «Sía '* ■.If**. I repaired ¡P t clase style. M ma- chinery, bait material ud JM kind of 3 tin ami Sb*t1 Iron Work m devoid of «will haunt him to Three times during my have deliberately made up to Mil. hut determined to antagonists first the assailants and back to the permitted to a look at to give them a fair showing, sad thus thglr h(|M Tbe lj|>|(|1 Qf hh1< blowers, - ■ - ■-*■ . - worm at In mills and y flues and for buildings. Iron (or brick buildings a specialty. estimates TVIWIpM Skilled workmen sent to ay part of the country. AH or- den receive prompt attention robertson a bruce attorneys sa, as. B«Neaorr Suild<*<u omanoc, Texas W. B. SIMMONS ..DENTIST.. * ODHcr upntatrx in Sabine Building cormi Front and th M, Orange, Texan rimce. • • IU i ti New Phuues. i i 1' Hexldence, - iTti LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE HIGH GRADE PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating ■ .. ¿fifimatea given. Job work promptly Attended to. All work guaranteed. S. H. BATCHELOR. ORANGE, TEXAS Near O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 November 1903

¡al =n mmm = taking his-depart- al— ■ HMm MmiUi ii'UiiM . ilUié,' lor Burope, announcea ion ne be a candidate for preal- Herald. Totally traaeeeaaary. The Aflaert- can public made the announcement «orne lime since. MM I ANO TMi enthoitlaaUo | ayeteai, *ri ' .. - & of tin law, art doing ' la the Recalar Amy nethoda of Military aa article oa the sfersss Lordecker, of the mm**-- •aye la hie thie la , ta the North of Aageet, IMS. le ho g soet valuable ooa- loo to have the mllltla a sab- ' ort of the Oalted Amy. On of eeoooaay lM.ooo well- at $10 apiece, am tar 7< t the National • IAA Jot- atoa if It cea hove always ready to take lit The arguatent Thie to the arcaaoa with ea 01 his Country con- ' Why should offl «1*0 it aa to hettove that there at the war ottee to ,wkh militia de- It to proper eaoagh to eo- the Militia and to ■HÍ||jÍ:«0 Mee that they THggOTTLt NICK. I A Bailor left his sweetheart and was lost at sea. He pat a a hot tie for her aad it floated aehore, wae found" and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 November 1903

"jMS IVATISM OF MANAGEMENT >1' iKo consideration. They hsve bean clowly followed by the First 1 I be attributed Its YOUB BUSINESS IS SOUCITBO n* matter how lirge or how * TRAIN SCHEDULE. Southern Pacific. e e • Bastbound— w°V to. 6 to. 8 > Ho. 10 Westbound- No. 3 *o.8 §2::::::::: Arrives. 1:16 p.m. ... 7:00 a.m. 10:58 p.m. .... 9:50a.m. Arrives. . ...*3:16p.m. ,... 6:63 p.m 6:36 a.m. .... 8:46 p.m. Orange & Northwestern No. SI. lv. Orange 6:30 a. 8:46 a. m. No. 1, lv. Buna 1:30 p. m., ar ange 8:46 p. u. m.. ar. Or- WIHMWl"!"!"! 1 1 1H-1- 4* 4* 4 LOCAL AND PER80NAL. 4* ■I'M 1 I III I 1 I I III H"H' Captain Joe Weaver Is in Beaumont' today on business. E. A. Cheatham Is at Newton at- tending district qourt. Harry Locke went over mont today on buslneBB. to Beau- Eugene Davis Is In Galveston on a several days business visit. Cates Pord and "Soda Water" Smith went hunting this morning. Will Bland returned from a trla-tt> Beaumont today. busi Charles Dickensheets, special rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 November 1903

1 •• ,, >, ■ t'Sl/S' i.:\. 1;, ...i.'i-íix.'::'-. V., ■ i® ■ ' ■ W: "I.J>*A>>■■.•. . 11.y W ' r y -<.' I-i : (Sp& : /,/^v-ijjs ' ■ It AMOCIATCD Mili- ■ 1 Jmwi l&gra 1 f!4 :¥í" fe','; ,.'¿Uv {¡rajáfm * v^'j?í1 '': yfj ''' 'í ■ , H «fe W ': • "*'•*' : " * • '■ ■'5';" í'i :. BV *.'V'' W; -"V- /.. , 11.^^ &ÉSí accommodation which will be extended our customer E, TEXAS. ,„V AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 19. ,, MHI ■ |.y.i. '..U,......w, .1 .K.... — — iwii.'M. ^ 1903 IS FORMALLY SIGNED CRETARY OF STATE AND PANAMA'S MINISTER AGREED UPON ITd PROVISIONS AND SIGNED IT. New Water Works Manager, Mr. Saninet C. Trimble, of Hill, •tore on Plrat and Cherry bnro. Texan, In here today and ban an assignment to Attor- c'osed a deal (or the controlling in- yesterday la Oator of terest of the Orange lee. Light and , Tbe aseóte are eompoaed Water 1*>rks company. He will re- stock rained at HOO; llabllltlea, move here as soon as possible and assume the management of the plant. of Land ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 November 1903

r Afternoon. Sunday Excepted ORANGE, TEXAS, NOV. ft, 1903. PERSISTENT ADVERTISING. Whan the advertising Is discon- tinued during certain seasons In the year tbe reason usually given is that business is bo dull that it doesn't pay. When business Is dull is Just the lime to advertise, for the primary ob- ject of advertising is to Increase trade. Men who make the greatest suc- cess of their business have a meri- torious article that is a necessity the entire year and which Is advertised accordingly. Their profits do not de- pend on any seasonable novelties they may carry as "fillers in." It is a mistake to give the public an opportunity to forget you. When the advertiser "Has succeeded in making his name generally and favorably known he may be said to be safely launch^. Injudicious advertising proves an expensive experiment, and it is ad- visable for beglnnerB to be cautious; to study the methods of men who have created mall order successes, and as mucli as is consistent with a particu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 November 1903

sunset limited JIPMKKt. BUPKRB SERVI. E, < USEPtNU kVP PACIFIC COAST EXPRESS CHAIR CARS, PULLMAN BUrrET BLEEPINU OAR*. ZRPIKO CARS THROUGH FROM CtNCINWATI, CHIOAOO. AMD HEW OBLEANB m For Information, Wrlft J. ANDERHOtf J< . jpp _ &flt&£|> «".«•AT. A. A. 0.1 . AT A i, Texas. ►IAN NOVELTIES , mtWi ia ««tir* ly new designs. from native gnu* for fcuMBKilldl^ bon bona, work or eewlag. paper or scrap* BURNT 1 CARVED LEATHER MkifRINKBTS* Dollisa, Coin Pnrm, Pin Cushion*. Tobaorn Fm Wiprw, Oud and Cigar Omm, «te. % novelties AT# Something MW in town and jnst the for dMpnratiif And making the horn *ttractive. K¿- GRIGGS'f.V.WJA: MiSs Is ■ IK i|Í|$ Mi HP? f'O'v. SHUTTING OFF STEAM "Shall we stop oar advertising for jnwliH* .«MM* It *a; who think* of dlsrontiantng "We Inn bee idurtMig *o steadily tkatoor nun* And special - known, nnd w*> intend to Adrar- badness is better In our line to ha now. In U*a «mat time *tstop." will Um ao«iaa stop the minute NT coal. The point ha e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 November 1903

É— Bsp* ■ 2 "• 'mmmmmm W': m f; m '¿yífeí' ',v"' fy:'. H ' m-m W: '1, ■■■' }M 'wKmMsF1 = •§ w s P '& ■ *c& UT there are very few people who can or the„ government keeps the bonds. HH ■* because I will sell you choice residence lots with a smi balance on easy monthly payments. This makes it ~ your money in something just as safe as government you will get the benefit of increase in values. Government varied a few cents on the dollar in ten years. City lots have lsin the pawo years, and with present prospects will double again in th< there any reason why you can't participate in the increase of values when you can buy property on the terms I offer ? Come and see me and talk the matter over. mm two year* n '.w'.' .v y i/'A'fw:'& -sfv- t ' ' i •' . f r ■ Í ■ "'Í ' " ' •• : iif##píS¥#S;«íí: Sil ' ¿V: mjm ■ MHB BwPmPfp' CHA8. M. REIN É Wrnmk íhjUh|U¡ I' ill i 1 <mj u: ;,v iv«. *t*s ¡Mattibidr HiMn Do It Now I^Wl -NEW' j' . These Points Wr SECURITY OF FUNDS .JgJ BT LIBERA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 November 1903

BU ■ —CU! :e H H H ) i n fsT LASTING ONLY 3 DAYS MORE DON'T GET LEFT! IN order to p<6ve to ^11 our friends that the Majestic is the most perfect range on the market, we have arranged for a cooking exhibit lasting one week. During this exhibit we will have a Majestic range in operation and show our friends that it will, bake better and quicker, heat more water and heat It quicker, with leas fuel than any other range made. We don't ask you to believe all our statements, but do ask you to call at our store any time during the exhibit and we will convince you that the Majestic is exactly as represented. Don't fail to give us a call. Note the Free During Week of Exhibit ,We will give one set of. Majestic Ware Free to any one purchasing a Great Majestic Range during this ex- hibit. We make the broad statement that this set of ware is the finest ever offered for sale—not a piece of tin in the entire set. We have the ware at our store, if you will call and see the set you will agree with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 November 1903

nth r Afternoon. Sundays Excepted. ORANOS, TEXAS, NOV. SO, 1908. > ■ ¡ Mm mmm m TEXAS CONGRESSMEN. i Tnu delegation la divided ike support that shall be given the reciprocity bill on final vote. Fol- lowing la the action taken as given out to tbe press representativee: The decision of the democrtic cau- cus to support the Cuban reciprocity hill on final vote oame about last night, after vigorous opposition, led by Representative Cooper, of Texas, member of the ways and means com- mittee, and assisted on the floor by Messrs. Burgess, Burleson and Ball. Mr. Cooper made a speech at some length In reply to Representative Williams and elaborated the argu- mento contained In hlB minority re- report, a synopsis of which was sent last night. Mr. Randell made a speech advocat- ing unity and favoring the position ad- vocated by Mr. Williams. He believes the bill would make a break In the protection wall, and that If It is.not such a bill as the minority wiuld like, It is at least In tbe ri...

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